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Edward J. “Ed” Moore

Edward J. “Ed” Moore, born Jan 9th 1936, age 88, went home to be with his Lord and Savior on Feb 5th, 2024.  He and his wife lived most of their lives in Washington state where they raised their family and made many fond memories. In 2023 he and his wife Janet moved to Kentucky…

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Mrs. Charley Robertson Celebrates 102 Years of Life

Mrs. Charley Robertson celebrated her 102nd Birthday on Wednesday, December 5th at One Park Place in Owensboro, along with about 50 family members and friends. “She was just beside herself,” Charley’s daughter, Lynn Pate, said. “She was like a kid and just as happy as she could be.” Before the birthday celebration, Charley enjoyed lunch…

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Bob White retiring; Ministerial Association seeking new chairman

  Lewisport Baptist Church’s retiring pastor, Bob White, is looking for someone to volunteer and fill his role as Chairman of the Hancock County Ministerial Association. “It’s a valid ministry in the county,” he said, “and it is needed. It’s a good opportunity for somebody to serve the Lord.” Bob began attending ministerial association meetings…

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Randall B. Brown

TSGT (Ret.) Randall B. Brown, 82, of Lewisport, was promoted to Glory on August 15, 2023 under the care of Hospice of Western Kentucky at his home surrounded by his family.  He was born on June 30, 1941 in Warrick County, IN to the late William and Dorothy Perigo Brown. Randy retired from the United…

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Getting to know you: Ami Hunt

  Ami Hunt was born and raised in Lewisport. She is the daughter of Keith and the late Donna Westerfield. “We were very family-oriented and involved with the community,” she said. “I guess that’s why I’ve never left. My heart’s in Lewisport.” Growing up, Ami said her community felt like a “big family”. “We always…

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Farewell Hancock County

Farewell Hancock County, I am going to miss you. For those of you who have not heard, I am resigning my position at the Hancock Clarion and moving to Minnesota to be near my sister. She is the only immediate family I have left in the world, and I want to be by my family.…

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Mouth open before brain engaged

All of my life, I have often spoken before engaging my brain, or speak in a hurry and completely mangle what I am trying to say. One of the first times I remember this happening was when I was about four or five years old and staying at my grandparents’ house for a visit. I…

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Methodist Bishop recommends wearing masks

The Delta Variant of the Coronavirus continues to surge globally, as well as locally. The rise in the number of Coronavirus cases impacted churches in the community. The Kentucky Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church recommended to its churches to restart universal masking starting on August 1. It recommended everyone, even the vaccinated, to…

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